"Much like with the Love Songs for Lonely Monsters album last year, there has been a lot of built-up anticipation over Peace Love & Stuff’s debut full-length. Well, the wait is over, and the result is glorious. Lead singer Lavonne McRoberts is amazing live but has one of the more underrated voices in town, and guitarist Dylan Boyle is a mad genius with a slide. They are both so good, it can be easy to overlook just how vital bassist Jacob Doll and drummer Joe Mcguire are to the band’s sound. But the album is so well mixed that it is easy to pick out every instrument and understand how well these four people work together. The album contains all three songs off the previous EP as well as nine additional tracks. 'I,I,I' is my favorite, but 'Arsenic and Lace' and 'Bonnie and Clyde' fight it out to be the album’s best track.'
- from Chad Taylor in a Cityview review of "Too Lonesome to Cry"
Lavonne McRoberts - vocals
Dylan Boyle - guitar
Jake Doll - bass
Joe McGuire - drums
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Labels: 2010s, 2014, alternative rock, Bonnie and Clyde (song), Des Moines, Des Moines area, Dylan Boyle,Ep 027, Jake Doll, Joe McGuire, Lavonne McRoberts, Peace Love and Stuff (band), Peace Love and Stuff retrospective